Cave Fire Grows to 4,100 Acres, UCSB Emphasizes No Threat To Campus

Classes for the remainder of the week were cancelled at 10:44 a.m. on Tuesday in an email sent by Chancellor Yang, but the fire “poses no threat to our campus,” with no evacuations planned.
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Graduate Student Accuses UC Regent Kieffer of Sexual Misconduct, Calls for Systemwide Policy Change

Ora said she chose to speak during public forum due to frustration not only with the Regents’ system, but the entire University of California process for investigating sexual misconduct.
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A.S. Senate Unanimously Passes Resolution in Support of Trump’s Impeachment

The resolution calls Trump’s alleged actions “illegal” and writes that it is “Congress’s duty to impeach a President who commits high crimes and misdemeanors while in office.” 
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Committee Moves Forward With Plans for Permanent A.S. Bike Shop

The current building was created in 2008 to replace the shipping containers. But what was meant to be a temporary solution has now been in place for over a decade. 
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UCSB Undocumented Student Services Speaks to Resources for Students Amidst DACA Hearings

In addition to the legal assistance, each UC has set aside resources for undocumented students, each with a program tailored to the needs of their respective campus.
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Supreme Court Begins University of California DACA Arguments

The lawsuit alleges the Trump administration rescinded the program on “nothing more than unreasoned executive whim,” and that its removal is “unconstitutional, unjust, and unlawful.”
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Student Organizations Hold Demonstration in Arbor in Solidarity With Survivors of Sexual Assault

The event’s organizers were careful to emphasize that Thursday’s gathering was not a protest but instead a demonstration to support survivors.
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Delirium Attendance Down by 20%, Special Events Coordinator Discusses Successes, Pitfalls

In 2018, Delirium sold out on the second day of sales. The final total this year was 4,651, more than 1,100 students — or about 20 percent — below capacity.
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“Haunt the Loop” Ghosted by Children: Trick-or-Treat Event Yields Lower Turnout Than Expected

The weekend event drew six people — three of whom were children — down from fifty last year.
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Speculation and Scrutiny: Community Reacts to Timely Warning

The warning drew equal parts speculation and scrutiny when key information surrounding the two alleged incidents of date-rape drug use were left undisclosed in the email.
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A.S. Senate Fills Three Vacancies

Off-Campus Senator Tianna White said the three senators have “fully met the standard” of legal code with eligibility.
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Campus By the Sea Exhibit Highlights 75 Years of UCSB

The exhibit uses photographs, articles and other items from the university archives to show the changes in UCSB’s academic reputation.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution Supporting Development of Basic Needs Resource Center

Besides the opportunity to centralize A.S. basic needs resources, Sir hopes the center will eventually consolidate financial workshops and CalFresh advocates in one place for students to access.
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“She doesn’t know that she’s a sea lion and she doesn’t know where she is”: Unhealthy Sea Lion Spotted on I.V. Beaches

As Rogers would soon discover, the sea lion was seen in multiple places across the Isla Vista beaches over the weekend and was showing signs of domoic acid toxicosis.
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50 Years: Isla Vista’s Role in the “Countercultural Revolution”

The event that sparked the violence of 1970 is arguably the most nationally well-known event in the university’s history: the burning of the Bank of America building in Isla Vista. 
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